You will need
  • - paint;
  • - a brush or roller;
  • - putty;
  • - nordona paper.
Acrylic paints are suitable for application to paper, wood, concrete and metal surfaces, leather, glass and fabric. They do not fade in the sun, dry fast and stay long on the surface without cracking. In addition, this type of paint is eco-friendly and devoid of a sharp odor that can be used even for painting children's rooms.
Select the paint. It is necessary to consider not only its hue, but the paint work. For metallic surfaces, for example, need a completely different kind of acrylic paint than the paper. In order not to make the wrong choice, carefully read the usage instructions written on the paint. Or consult with sellers in the store.
To determine the required amount of paint. It depends on the painted area, surface structure, number of layers and method of application. To determine the flow rate based on the area will help the same instructions on the package, but the surface will have to sort out themselves. Bumpy and porous structure will require a greater amount of acrylic paint than smooth. Usually consumption in this case increases by 10-15%. More paint you will need and when applying it with a brush, much less with a roller. Well, the most economical option is to use a special spray device.
Prepare the surface for painting. The paint looked good when dry, the surface should be perfectly smooth, without fatty and oil stains, dust and debris. If the surface was a different paint peeling, remove it. Zashpaklyuyte all the bumps, scuff them with sandpaper and then thoroughly clean the surface from dust with a slightly damp cloth. Once the object is dry, you can begin to paint.
Apply the selected paint material to the surface evenly. Acrylic paint dries very quickly, so the second layer needed to be covered after 3-4 hours.
After painting, wash all tools with water. While the paint is dried, it is removed in this way.